Google introduced a very useful and pro feature to Android with the Lollipop update last year — Multi Users. The feature let’s you share your device to multiple users with completely personalized environments for each user.
We need not tell how you useful it can be for families and parents with half grown-up kids who mess up with their devices to have little fun.
However, some manufacturers chose to do away with the Multi User feature for possible performance issues. If your device runs on either Lollipop or Marshmallow and don’t have the multi user feature, then your device manufacturer is to blamed.
But thankfully, if you’re rooted and have Xposed framework installed on your device, then this little Xposed module by developer Anton111111 will enable Multi User feature on your Android device running either the Lollipop or Marshmallow release.
[icon name=”download” class=”” unprefixed_class=””] Download “Multiple users return” Xposed module (.apk)
Download/install the “Multiple users return” Xposed module from the link above and simply have Multi Users enabled on your device.